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Stanford researchers built a ‘gaydar’ for photos — and it reveals something disturbing about facial recognition technology
Facial recognition technology may be able to guess more about us than we’re comfortable sharing.
Apeel Sciences makes an invisible coating from plant molecules that acts as an edible barrier to oxygen, pests, and water. Now it's expanding to more farms.
Kissing is great, and also disgusting.
Here’s what the images that just won the Nobel prize in chemistry look like and why they’re so transformative
Cryo-electron microscopy makes biological molecules like proteins, DNA, and RNA visible in ways scientists previously thought was impossible.
To honor the beauty of microscopic photographs, the Nikon Small World contest awards the most impressive micrographs captured by scientists and hobbyists.
Jeremy Bentham made instructions in his for him to be dissected after death and be preserved as an 'auto-icon.'
Meteorites, which smacked into early Earth often, may have caused life to form in warm little ponds all over the planet.
3 scientists just won the Nobel Prize for discovering how body clocks are regulated — here’s why that’s such a big deal
Three researchers were awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine "for their discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling the circadian rhythm."
Biological clocks regulate pretty much everything.
Business Insider spoke with John Bradshaw, anthrozoologist and author of "The Animals Among Us," about why dogs are far more responsive to humans than cats are. Bradshaw...